Student Mentoring Lunch
Do you want to meet an expert in the field for some friendly advice and insight? The mentoring lunch offers graduate students an informal opportunity to discuss their research interests and career development with an established professional in the field. As in previous years, the mentoring lunch will be held during the lunchtime poster session on both Friday and Saturday, providing approximately 400 students an opportunity to meet an expert to discuss a variety of topics in psychology. Space is limited, please check back in the fall for information on signing up.
Student Social Night – Location TBD
Take some time out of your busy conference schedule to relax and socialize with your graduate student peers on Thursday night. A complementary drink will be offered to the first 500 attendees. Light snacks and a cash bar will be available. This event does not require registration and is open to all attendees. This event is sponsored in part by Sona Systems and Millisecond Software.
GASP Mentoring Lunch
Co-sponsored by the SPSP Diversity and Climate Committee, this event features volunteer faculty mentors hosting small group discussions of research and professional issues, including LGBT issues in the academic job market, positioning LGBT research for publication, obtaining funding for research on sexual-minority populations, and other diversity and professional development topics. Space is limited, please check back in the fall for information on signing up.
GASP, the GLBT Alliance in Social and Personality Psychology, is an official affiliate of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Membership and events are open to